Meet Your Instructor
AL, AZ, CO, CT, DC, FL, GA, IL, IN, IA, KY, LA, MD, MI, MS, MT, NE, NJ, NY, OH, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX
Licensed Real Estate Broker
Avanti Way Realty, Jupiter, FL
MIAMI Association of Realtors
Jupiter-Tequesta-Hobe Sound MIAMI Association of Realtors
B.A. Brigham Young University
M.B.A. Nova Southeastern University
NTLA Executive Director
Certified Tax Lien Professional
NTLA Executive Director Brad Westover is a nationally-recognized speaker and expert on tax lien and tax deed investing. He began his successful career in tax sale investing in 1995 and has invested over $1.5 billion from 25 states.
Brad is passionate about helping others develop their own successful tax sale investing strategy while avoiding common pitfalls. It is this passion that drove him to develop NTLA University and travel the country, delivering the two-day training program.
"Success begins with knowledge," says Brad. "And NTLA University offers the very best industry-specific, quality education that can help you get started on the right path to successful investing."
NTLA University is now 100% online and delivered on demand, making it more convenient and accessible to students.
"I want you to be successful. Proper education is the key to your success and is the best step forward to achieving your financial and professional goals," says Brad. "Successful tax sale investing generates the dollars our communities need to provide critical services such as schools, public safety and health care."
In addition to NTLA University, Brad also developed the industry's only professional designation, Certified Tax Lien Professional (CTLP). To earn this designation, individuals must complete NTLA University and demonstrate three years of experience in the tax sale industry. Successful candidates must also demonstrate active participation and leadership as members of NTLA which includes adhering to the association’s Code of Ethics and Anti-Trust Compliance.
For more information about becoming a Certified Tax Lien Professional, please visit the NTLA website.